Direct download link: Episode 24.
This week Audrey and I debut a new Recompiler podcast feature called Better Together, where we share our journey collectively trying to answer a question, solve a problem, or accomplish a task. In this first Better Together, we start out by trying to figure out how many internet hops are between us, and end up discovering just what a difference your ISP makes in determining how you access information. Enjoy the show!
- User Datagram Protocol – Wikipedia
- Internet Control Message Protocol – Wikipedia
- Traceroute – Wikipedia
- DSLReports Home : Broadband ISP Reviews News Tools and Forums
- 40 maps that explain the internet
- First Detailed Public Map of U.S. Internet Backbone Could Make It Stronger
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Call for contributors on security and surveillance
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